84 minutes


Animation, Musicals



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Considered one of China's beloved folktales, Mulan is transformed into an animated film full of action, adventure and the courage of a young girl. When Mulan's father is called up to fight in the army, Mulan knows he won't survive as he is too frail. She decides to pass herself off as a young man and fight in his place. When her ancestors find out, they send a little dragon to try and discourage her from fighting. Instead the two become loyal friends as they experience the horrors of war.

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Contains mild violence and innuendo.

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